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educational poster

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Dates
1940
1960
circa 1940-1960
Collection
Rockwood / Kingston Psychiatric Hospital / Providence Continuing Care Centre Collection
Category
Education Artifacts
Classification
Education
Accession Number
000003407
Description
Educational poster concerning the circulatory system; blue paper with white linen backing between two brown wooden cylindrical supports at top and bottom; supports are split into two pieces, held together by staples; poster is inserted into each support, along with a purple piece of fabric at top c…
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Accession Number
000003407
Collection
Rockwood / Kingston Psychiatric Hospital / Providence Continuing Care Centre Collection
Category
Education Artifacts
Classification
Education
MeSH Heading
Blood Circulation -- charts
Teaching Materials -- charts
Description
Educational poster concerning the circulatory system; blue paper with white linen backing between two brown wooden cylindrical supports at top and bottom; supports are split into two pieces, held together by staples; poster is inserted into each support, along with a purple piece of fabric at top centre used for tying rolled poster; yellow metal hook attached to fabric tie to hang poster on wall; poster with large illustration of the human body showing all the veins and arteries printed with red, blue and beige ink; close-ups of back of leg, torso and bottom of foot; legend printed with black ink on green background at bottom shows names of veins and arteries; brown sticker at top right affixed to wooden support states subject of chart.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Used at the Kingston Psychiatric Hospital
Maker
Denoyer-Geppert Co.
Site Made (City)
Chicago
Site Made (State)
Illinois
Site Made (Country)
United States of America
Dates
1940
1960
circa 1940-1960
Date Remarks
Based on artefact 000003392.
Material
paper: white, blue, brown
ink: beige, red, blue, green, black
wood: brown
fabric: white, purple
metal: silver, yellow
Inscriptions
Printed on bottom of poster: "DENOYER-GEPPERT // ANATOMY // SERIES // EDITOR OTTO F. KAMPMEIER, PH. D., M. D., University of Illinois College of Medecine // c Denoyer-Geppert Co. ARTIST P. M. LARIVIERE Published by DENOYER-GEPPERT CO. Chicago KL3 Circulatory System // Made in U.S.A."; printed on sticker at top right: "KL3 CIRCULATION"
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-2-7
Dimension Notes
Length 1.72 m x Width 1.18 m x Depth 2.2 cm
Condition Remarks
Linen fraying at sides; purple tie is faded; poster is worn at top and bottom; poster is stiff and creased from being rolled, does not lie flat on its own
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Other
JPG
Reference Comments
000003392; CD #10
Images
Less detail
Dates
1932
circa 1932
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Education Artifacts
Classification
Education
Accession Number
1976.43.1
Description
Lantern slides (57) with black borders contained in a box; colour-tinted scenes of Prague (1-28) and Vienna (29-57); tags are pasted on identifying the scene, and the name, "Dr. I.R. Smith"; index included.
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Accession Number
1976.43.1
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Education Artifacts
Classification
Education
MeSH Heading
Austria -- audiovisual aids
Czech Republic -- audiovisual aids
Description
Lantern slides (57) with black borders contained in a box; colour-tinted scenes of Prague (1-28) and Vienna (29-57); tags are pasted on identifying the scene, and the name, "Dr. I.R. Smith"; index included.
Provenance
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine; source: unknown.
Dates
1932
circa 1932
Date Remarks
Date of Dr. Smith's trip.
Material
glass: variegated
cardboard: brown, white
tape: white; black
Inscriptions
Most of the slides have labels identifying the scene and "Dr. I.R. Smith."
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-C8-7
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
JPG
Reference Comments
CD #UHN
Research Facts
Taken by Dr. I.R. Smith on his trip to the American Medical Association meeting in Vienna, in 1932.
Images
Less detail